Safe Drinking Water on the Go
Nancy Neigus, health coach and entrepreneur, knows that everyone’s attention is on the multiple disasters that have distressed North America during the last few months. “A key issue is availability of water,” she says. “Humans can live without food for 30 days, but only three to seven days without fresh water. Even before Hurricane Irma hit Florida, many locations had already run out of bottled water.”
Even without a looming disaster, the availability of clean, safe and fresh-tasting water has become a challenge in the U.S. and around the world. Microcystic blooms (Toledo, OH), lead (Detroit, MI), PFOAs (PA) and other contaminants have passed through municipal water treatment systems that are supposed to protect its citizens.
“Safe water is threatened and hard to find. People rely too much on bottled water, when the plastic bottles can be a health issue from leaching as well as create environmental pollution,” says Neigus, an independent representative for ARIIX, manufacturer of Puritii water and air filtration products.
The Puritii Water Filtration System is a personal portable water bottle with a powerful filtration process that filters out heavy metals, biological, chemical and emerging contaminants such as pharmaceuticals and pesticides, yet it leaves in the beneficial minerals. “Each filter provides the equivalent of 600, 16-ounce water bottles and is simple to install and replace,” shares Neigus. “The bottle itself is free of all bisphenols and is reusable.”
Puritii is ideal for traveling, outdoor activities and around town. “Store an extra filter in an emergency preparedness kit. It can be used with water from a stream or lake, water fountain or any sink. It’s easy to drink and has a fresh taste.
Plus, it saves the environment from 600 plastic water bottles,” adds Neigus.
For more information, visit Puritii.com or contact Nancy Neigus at Nancy.Neigus@gmail.com or 858-354-4840. Purchase from 858water.com; filter $86, reusable Tritan bottle $31 retail with available discounts of 15 to 30 percent.
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